B-Key started listening to Electro and Hip Hop back in the mid 80s, getting into the Breakdance scene and competing in the competitions alongside Dylan. He was heavily into the music, and by 89-90, B-Key was going out to Raves like Biology, Energy, Raindance, Telepathy and weekly clubs like Camden Palace and Orange soon became a regular thing. In 1992 a pirate radio station called Raw FM started (which eventually became Rude FM 88.2) and B-Key got a regular set each week, which he still plays today every Sunday from 6-8pm. Producing was a natural progression and soon B-Key teamed up with Dylan and released their first track in 1994 on Droppin Science Vol. 9 under the name of Kosmos. Since then, B-Key has had a number of releases on Biotic, XXX, Cylon, Outbreak, Invader, Spectrum Audio, and remix work for Moving Shadow. He has also had several tracks of his tracks used in T.V. commercials on the Paramount Channel and Bravo. Besides playing across London and Europe, B-Key has also toured several times in the U.S., playing in cities such as Chicago, Cincinnati and Philly. Future plans for B-Key include starting his own label (Waveform Recordings), as well as forthcoming releases on Freak Recordings,Musica, Outbreak, Renegade Hardware, Biotic and XXX.